A Roadmap To Career Success: 25 Tips For College Bound Students

A Roadmap To Career Success: 25 Tips For College Bound Students

by John G Bendt

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Overview

This book gives students a valuable head start to be able to compete successfully in a fast paced, competitive global world. "If I only knew then what I know now", captures the spirit of the 25 Tips. It reads like a personal conversation with a mentor to provide a big picture view of how to achieve happiness and success in one's career. Teens gain smart, simple tools to help identify interesting and satisfying occupations. This "tool kit" enables continuous exploration as interests change and mature. Teens learn the role competition plays in the workplace, and how to develop skill advantages to gain a competitive edge to win the job they want. They also learn how to acquire workplace skills while in high school and college. This is one of the best books for teens to read on this subject. Lastly, teens will learn how to market oneself, and how to find and assess job opportunities when they begin their careers.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979070716
Publisher: Career Mentor Press, LLC
Publication date: 03/25/2018
Pages: 82
Sales rank: 861,206
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.17(d)

About the Author

John G. Bendt has held sales and marketing management positions with Fortune 500 companies in the paper, pharmaceutical and food industries. As a member of senior management, he has led national sales and marketing staffs. John has also worked as a management consultant, advising clients in various industries with regard to strategic business planning and marketing and sales strategy.

He has written career planning articles for education publications, and conducted career planning seminars for middle and high school students. John lives in Minnesota.

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